Spend this vacation splitting your time between two popular Asian travel destinations. Tokyo, Japan’s capital and world’s largest city by most measures, is known for its contrasts. Embark on a city tour visiting the city’s many landmarks and take a full-day tour to the iconic Mt Fuji and the resort town of Hakone. Spend your free time checking out the dazzling spectacle of Shibuya (Japan’s answer to Times Square) just as easily as you could spend time basking in the tranquility of the city’s many traditional gardens. On the breathtaking isle of Bali, our full-day tour takes you to some of Bali must see attractions such as Barong Dance, Ubud’s fascinating countryside, spectacular Tegallalang ricefield terraces and breathtaking mountain scenery at Kintimani. We also visit the beautiful Uluwatu Temple at sunset followed by a Kecak Dance performance and a dinner at the Jimbaran Beach. Seminyak’s spectacular coastline is home to amazing chilling out spots. Potato Head, Cocoon and Ku De Ta boast some of the most happening parties on the island.
This comfortable journey begins in the bustling city of Tokyo to the vibrant city of Seoul. In between, we visit the scenic Mount Fuji and Hakone before boarding a Shinkansen (Bullet train) to the historical and cultural heart of Kyoto. Take in the incredible sights of the Nijo Castle, Kinkakuji Temple and Kyoto Imperial Palace. We will take an excursion to Nara, visit some of the city’s beautiful temples and shrines, such as Todaiji Temple, the Great Buddha, Nara Park (Deer Park), and Kasuga Taisha Shrine. From Kyoto, we travel Seoul, a city with 600 years of history and is one of the world’s greatest cities where traditional temples, ancient palaces, and soaring skyscrapers coexist.
Travel to two of Asia’s fabulous cities – Tokyo and Singapore, experiencing their diverse cultures on this 8-day tour. Witness the cultural blending of these two cosmopolitan cities, while discovering the similarities and differences of each city’s way of life.
Many people ask; when is the most beautiful season in Japan? We might think for a while depending on our mood and atmosphere, but my final answer would always return to Spring.
Sakura (Cherry Blossom) is one of the most unique scenery that has to offer throughout the world and we see millions of tourists visiting every year to experience of the greatest natural sceneries in the world.
If you have not had the chance to see this beautiful scenery, well this is your best chance. Please, be part of one of the most beautiful tourist attractions during Spring season with IACE TRAVEL.
“Fly & Rail” is Air ticket and JR pass combination package.
When you purchase them together, you will receive BIG SAVING!
Airline must be our selected.
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Take the Golden Route tour from Tokyo and visit Mt. Fuji & Hakone and Kyoto.
This plan is a one-way trip from Tokyo. Recommended for first time travelers to Japan.
A safe, worry-free trip is guaranteed as this sightseeing bus tour is accompanied by an English-speaking guide!
Simple Japan Package = Tokyo & Kyoto = Take yourself on a trip to Japan!
A wonderful Time for Less than you imagine.
Starting at $1598 for 7 days!
Japan on sale! Can’t believe this price!!
Flex your travel plan in Tokyo & Kyoto.
Stay at heart of Tokyo & Kyoto
The world famous character “Hello Kitty”was born in JAPAN for 40years ago.
This package is very affordable but you stay a 4star hotel.
You will enjoy general part of Tokyo and Sanrio Puroland which theme park for Sanrio character include “Hello Kitty”. Please contact us more detail!
Hello Kitty fan??
The Japanese American National Museum and Saniro present the world’s FIRST large-scale Hello Kitty Museum retrospective “Hello! Exploring the Supercute World of Hello Kitty”. Obtaining tickets in advance is strongly encouraged.
Please visit, janm.org/hellokitty
The Sapporo Snow Festival, one of Japan’s largest winter events, attracts a growing number of visitors from Japan and abroad every year. Every winter, about 2 million people come to Sapporo to see the hundreds of beautiful snow statues and ice sculptures which line Odori Park, the grounds at the Self-Defense Force Base in Makomanai, and the main street in Susukino.
For seven days in February, these statues and sculptures (both large and small) turn Sapporo into a winter dreamland of crystal-like ice and white snow. The Snow Festival began in 1950, when local high school students built 6 snow statues in Odori Park.
In 1955, the Self-Defense Force joined in and built the very first massive snow sculpture, for which the Snow Festival has become famous for now. The Festival has grown from these humble beginnings to become one of the biggest and most well known of Hokkaido’s winter events. The Show Festival is considered to be a festival of international-caliber.